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The Plan By Billionaires To Change
The US Constitution
With amendments to transfer power from the people to big business and the wealthy


February 01, 2017

By Jim Hightower

(NATIONAL) -- When you think of America’s great constitutional minds, names like Madison, Jefferson, Washington, and Franklin come to mind. And, of course, Abbott.

Wait, who’s Abbott?


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Suspects In Custody After Major
Jewelry Heist In SeaTac
Bandits assaulted, robbed courier of $500,000 in jewelry


January 31, 2017

(SEATAC, WA.) -- Police say a jewelry courier was assaulted and robbed of almost $500,000 in jewelry Monday night at a hotel in SeaTac, Washington.

But the suspects didn't get away for long.


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The "Scary" Changes President
Trump Has Made To America's
National Security Council


January 30, 2017

By Robert Reich

(BERKELEY, CA.) -- Donald Trump has reorganized the National Security Council – elevating his chief political strategist Steve Bannon, and demoting the Director of National Intelligence and the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.


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Trump's Order Will Block 500,000 Legal U.S. Residents from Returning to America From Trips Abroad

January 29, 2017

By Marcelo Rochabrun
ProPublica


(NATIONAL) -- When details leaked earlier this week about a spate of immigration-related executive orders from President Donald Trump, much public discussion focused on a 30-day ban on new visas for citizens from seven “terror-prone” countries.


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The Affordable Care Act
Isn't Dead Yet


January 28, 2017

By Rep. Rick Larsen

(WASHINGTON, D.C.) -- Like the “dead” man scene in the classic Monty Python film, the Affordable Care Act is not dead yet.

In 2009, I voted for the Affordable Care Act after hearing from more than 15,000 constituents. Largely, the legislation worked as intended.


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